Commodities

Overview about Commomdities

Zero offers a range of commodities futures products including interest rates, currency, energy, agriculture and metals. Hedge your portfolio using interest futures or diversify your assets using commodity and currency futures that can have low correlation to stocks.

Trade Commomdities
with Zero Markets

Make Zero Markets your first choice for Forex and CFDs.
  • More products to trade with indices, agriculture, energy and metals
  • Access pre-open price action and gauge market direction
  • EA’s and dashboard indicators for trading
  • Trade almost 24-hours a day every weekday
  • Benefit from liquidity in the CFD market or trade the DMA futures contract

Trading Commodities with ZERO Markets

Choose from a wide range of commodities, such as energy, metals and agricultural products.

Commodities List
WTI (Future Contract) WTI CRUDE (DMA Cash) Gold
Silver Wheat (CBT) Corn
Soybean Oil Oat Soybean
Soybean Meal Cattle Feeder Lean Hogs
Live Cattle Gasoline Rbob Natural Gas
HY Harb ULSD (Heating Oil) Palladium Platinum

Why trade Commodities with ZERO?

Trade CFDs on a wide variety of global commodities, including gold, silver and oil, with an Australian Regulated broker provider. With ZERO Markets, you get:

Get access to pre-open price action and gauge market direction with cutting-edge tools. Gain greater control over orders with low-latency and Direct Market Access Execution on Exchange-Traded Commodities. Enter and exit trades whenever you want to, 24/5, across almost all commodities markets.

Commodities trading represents the buying and selling of set quantities of homogenous, or near-homogenous assets. E.g, Crude Oil, Gold. Commodities trading is typically dominated by agricultural products, energy and metals. Price movements in commodities are usually seen as bellwethers for the overall health of the industry that produces/consumes them.

Metals

Increases in the world population and demographic shifts could create investment opportunities in metals. The World Economic Forum estimates that the number of people living in cities could reach 6.4 billion by 2050. This urbanisation trend should create enormous demand for metals as cities build their infrastructure.

Energy

The five BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – are becoming increasingly dominant players in the Mining industry.Recently China’s state-owned Energy company formed an investment fund with a Russian-controlled investment entity.

Agricultural Products

Increases in the world population and demographic shifts could create investment opportunities in Agriculture Produts. The World Economic Forum estimates that the number of people living in cities could reach 6.4 billion by 2050.

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